O$ programming style
to add to what ken and andrea said… — yes sticking things into objects have benefits.
but don’t forget that table classes are also objects and can encapsulate a lot of stuff.
sometimes there are objects in table classes. sometimes there are table classes in objects.
depends what you need to accomplish — but yes, there should be separation from the window. its worth it.
see you at the third annual users conference
> On Dec 18, 2017, at 6:46 AM, Mike Rowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have recently written a lot of code using the idea that ‘Omnis Programming’ seems to suggest, namely having almost no operational code in the methods of a window, by shifting them to an object instantiated as an instance variable of type object of the window.
> I’n not sure I see any advantage for a desktop library, and wonder what I have missed. In fact it seems to add a whole extra layer of pain.
> Meanwhile, seasons greetings to all
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